Like the Venice Hospital of Le Corbusier and the "mat-buildings" of Alison and Peter Smithson, the project emerges from the earth, adheres to it and seeks a constant relationship with the environment. The building, which is introverted in nature, functions as a container and appropriates the landscape, framing large patios that characterize the waiting rooms and treatment areas. These interior gardens generate a holistic approach within the hospital program. The section consists of two levels and the resulting volume appears unpretentious in the landscape. At the same time it maintains the human scale within the high-density complex. The facades are inspired by the Modern Movement and their configuration reveals the internal program as well as recalls vernacular and traditional architecture.